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These Luci lights are really wonderful. They quickly charge and last a long time. This is the second time I have purchased these lights and they have just gotten better. They light a large area and work well for camping or just as a reserve light around the house. The best part is no batteries to run out! They make great gifts for family a useful and practical gift.I would definitely recommend this item.
Update Dec 2018 I bought two more and they worked perfectly! Charged in sunshine for a day and they were ready to go. I recently bought another one. I highly recommend Luci Lights.I bought two lights and both had issues with charging. The company supported me through the return process. Outstanding customer support!
A friend recommended this to us especially since we live in a Hurricane area. I have to admit when I first got this, I was a little confused as to what to do. The instructions were not all that good, so I went online and found out more information. They are a good idea and seem to be bright. THere is also a little button to check battery status. The part where you blow into and inflate them doesn't recede so when you turn them upside down to recharge, they are kind of wobbly and at an angle. I'm not sure if that is by design or not but seemed odd.After a company rep reached out to me, we got this resolved. The issue of the inflate valve not fitting fully into the unit was operator error and it now works. I appreciate the company rep reaching out to me and assisting to resolve the issue.
BUY THIS LANTERN. I've had my two for about 5 years now. I leave them in a south facing window and they are ALWAYS charged when I need them. When it's time to hit the trail I just toss them in my bag. When I'm at home it's great to inflate them and toss them in the pool. They weigh nothing, are totally waterproof, float, and are basically indestructible unless you plan to drive over the thing... and even then... it might be ok. BUY A LUCI LANTERN. Even after 5 years they are both still in perfect working order and as bright as they were the day I got them. Just recently (and all fault here goes to me) I over inflated one and then let it get smooshed. It popped. I used it a few times camping... and it still worked great... didn't really inflate...just hung there like a dead balloon... but still produced plenty of light. Today I had the idea to cut the inflatable chamber of the lantern. The solar panel, wiring, and LEDs are still perfectly contained in a waterproof plastic bubble... so now I have a badass floating fishbowl light!
I received this as a gift about 7 years ago. I knew it was a solar powered lantern but I never paid much attention to it and it just sort of moved with me over several states, shoved in boxes and cabinets, here and there. I just recently started getting into camping and found this in my drawer so I thought I would try it out. After sitting in the dark for SEVEN YEARS this thing was as bright as day. Took it camping, charged it a little in the setting sun and it lasted all night. Very bright with two different brightness settings and a flashing setting (I imagine for emergencies?). Love this little thing, will definitely start gifting to other adventurers/hikers/campers.
Great product in it's own right, but I still prefer the D-Light solar light for general usage.In the picture, you can see both lights. The D.Light on the left and the Luci on the right. Both put out about the same exact amount of light (plenty bright enough to light up any indoor space).The Luci might SEEM brighter because there is really nothing to stop the light from dispersing whereas there is, in essence, a "lampshade" on the other. That's negated by turning them both upside down as pictured.I left both run from 8:30 PM onward.The Luci was dead by 5:00 AM. The D-light was still going (but VERY dim). So it tells me that the battery is slightly better on the d.light (especially since that specific light was/is several years old).I charged the Luci during the day and it lasted about the same amount of time the next night - so I don't think you'd have any problem getting a useful amount of run-time out of a normal day's charge.The only con, in my opinion, is the lack of a powered charging option. This is definitely a deficiency when compared to the d.light. That compared with the fact that it doesn't last quite as long on a charge is what makes me say I prefer the d.light.However, this guy really shines (pardon the pun) in a few areas. Portability being the most obvious. It can obviously be compacted much more, which makes it great for backpacks or in the car, if space is at a premium.The fact that its water proof and buoyant are what prompted me to get it to keep in my boat.Even though I prefer the d.light, it's by a very slim margin. This is a great product and I'm sure you'll be very pleased!